GodMode can be used to send requests to the following chat bots:
In the application interface, there is an area for entering a query at the bottom and chatbot screens at the top. Anything entered automatically appears in the input line of the bots. After generating answers, you can continue asking questions or go straight to the bot whose answer seemed most appropriate.
Builds are available for Windows, Linux, and macOS for Mac on Apple Silicon and Intel. In addition, you can also build the app yourself from the source code published on GitHub. After installation, you need to log in to your Google and Microsoft account.
The GodMode project itself is based on the Electron framework, and the code is written in TypeScript. Along with GodMode, the ChatALL project is available on GitHub, which is developed by developer Sun Zhigang. With its help, you can also get simultaneous access to several chatbots.
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